August 31, 2011 § 1 Comment

Gråbrødretorv, Copenhagen, Denmark

Yay!  Its Wednesday!

This week’s watercolor is from Gråbrødretorv (Greyfriar’s Square) in downtown Copenhagen.  The square was originally a Franciscan friary from 1238-1530.  The friars wore grey robes, hence the name ‘greyfriars’ square.  After multiple bombings and fires, the square has been built and rebuild many times.  It is now home to a handful of wonderful (and expensive) restaruants.  The vibrant building colors are so fun!

Hope you enjoyed your history lesson for the day!


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